A new graduate of Ben-Gurion University’s Medical School for International Health founds a program to streamline healthcare for African migrants.
An Israeli software technologist introduces an independent learning and computer literacy tool she’s been developing since her teen was a tot.
Yvel’s exquisite Megemeria jewelry collection is produced by Ethiopian immigrants to Israel who are learning a trade to support themselves.
Israel’s largest service provider to the intellectually disabled community wins an inaugural prize for its Equal in Uniform program.
Israel and Gaza may be fighting a bitter conflict, but at Wolfson Medical Center near Tel Aviv, children from Gaza get a new chance at survival.
People are opening homes and hearts to residents of Israeli communities seeking respite from the constant missile attacks.
A Rotary Club program puts groups of Muslim and Jewish Israeli high school students together for 16 days of bonding in New England.
An Israeli researcher has discovered that children’s brains undergo sometimes surprising changes as they learn to read.
Members of various NGOs put Israeli knowhow to work, getting food, fuel and other supplies to emergency workers and victims.
ISRAEL21c takes a look at how the centenarian medical organization has revolutionized healthcare in Israel and beyond.